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BOOK AUCTION CATALOG
FRI, JULY 20th, at 6 P.M.

DESCRIPTION
LEAVE BID
1.

AMERICAN ARTISTS  GROUP.  Small collection of greeting cards (four boxes), annual catalogs, etc.  (NY, 1930’s & 1940’). Small 8vo & smaller, varying wear, mostly Very Good.

BID

2.

ANDERSON, MAXWELL. *YOU WHO HAVE DREAMS (1925). *Clark, MAXWELL ANDERSON, THE MAN AND HIS PLAYS (1933). *MARY OF SCOTLAND (1 933). *VALLEY FORGE (1933). Small 8vo & smaller, light wear. Some signed, limited editions. –[with]- ALS & TLS, together with a small quantity of theater programs.

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3.

ANGELO, VALENTI. The Book of Esther.  (NY: The Golden Cross Press, 1935). Slim small 8vo, crushed calf, slipcase. 1 of 135 copies, hand illuminated, inscribed to Martin K. Howes. –[with]- Seven additional titles, designed or authored by Angelo (some inscribed), and five related, ephemeral items.

BID

4.

ART.  Group of American exhibition catalogs, pertaining to Paul Cadmus, Picasso, The American Artists Congress, Society of Illustrators (1939), Waldo Peirce, George Grosz,  The Comic Strip (1942), etc. -[with]- RINGMASTER. THE WORLD IN CARICATURE. VOLUME  I, #1, 2, 3, & 4. All 4to and smaller, light wear.

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5.

AUSTEN, JOHN. ILLUSTRATOR. Dorothy Richardson.  JOHN AUSTEN AND THE INSEPARABLES. (London, 1930). Slim 8vo, beige linen, moderate wear.  1 of 100 copies, signed by author & illustrator.

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6.

. *BACHELOR, THE. Vol. I, Nos. 1, 2, 3, 5 (1937). *KEN.  Vol. I, No. 1-6, Vol. 2, No. 4 (1938). *McCLURE’S. Fourteen miscellaneous issues. All 4to, wrappers, varying wear, mostly sound.

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7.

BEAUMONT PRESS.  Wilde, Oscar. AFTER READING.  (London, 1921). Slim 8vo, cloth backed boards, moderate wear. 1 of 400, on hand-made paper.

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8.

BEAUMONT PRESS. Williamson, Henry. THE WET FLANDERS PLAIN. (London,  1929). 8vo, cloth backed boards, moderate wear.  1 of 400 copies, on hand-made paper.

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9

BEN SUSSAN, RENE. ILLUSTRATOR.  Julian Green.  THE PILGRIM OF THE EARTH.  (NY, 1929). Small 4to, cloth, vellum backed, moderate wear.  1 of 375, on Rives vellum.

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10.

BIBLE.  The Holy Bible.  (Philadelphia:  Harding, 1844). 4to, leather, moderate wear, hinges hanging, spine chipped.

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11.

BONE, MUIRHEAD.  The Western Front.  Volumes  I & II. (NY, 1917). 4to, printed boards, moderate wear.  Fascicles loosely inserted.

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12.

BUNYAN, JOHN. Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners.  (Boston,  1729). 12mo, contemporary  leather, moderate wear,  foxed and browned.  Frontispiece & title page each torn, but complete. [with]- Quarles, EMBLEMS, DIVINE  AND MORAL.  (NY, 1816).

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13.

BYRD, ADM. RICHARD. Little America.  (NY, 1930). 8vo, cloth, dj, signed, with original publisher’s mailing carton. –[with]- Siple, A BOY SCOUT WITH BYRD (1931) and Gibbs, BIRD LIFE AT *THE POLE  (1931), and letter from Martin K. Howes to his parents (1931), alluding to Byrd’s presentation at Chautauqua, which he attended.

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14.

CARROLL, LEWIS.  Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There.  (NY: Cheshire House, 1931). 4to, silk, silver stamped, labelled silver slipcase. 1 of 1200 copies, in publisher’s mailing carton. –[with]- *The Hunting of the Snark and Other Poems (1903), and *Lehmann-Haupt, LEWIS CARROLL 1832-1932. ZUM 100. GEBURTSTAG.  (1932).

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15.

CARTOGRAPHY.  Group of five items: *ATLAS OF MASSACHUSETTS (1871); *ATLAS OF WESTERN CANADA (1901); *NEW WAR MAP, 3 MAPS IN ONE  (no date);  *CHINA (Chicago: Compton, 1937); *LATEST MAP AND INDEX OF BOSTON CITY MASSACHUSETTS (early 20th century);  & two engraved, colored maps, of Massachusetts and of Vermont, from a Carey Atlas.

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16.

CHESHIRE HOUSE PRESS. *Coleridge, THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER. ILLUSTRATED BY H.CHARLES TOMLINSON (1931). *Irving, THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW. ILLUSTRATED BY BERNHARDT WALL. (1931). Both  4to, cloth, slipcases, light wear, first with publisher’s mailing carton. Each, 1 of 1200 copies.’

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17.

COOLIDGE, CALVIN. *The Autobiography of Calvin Coolidge.  (NY, 1929). 8vo, cloth, dust jacket, signed on recto of frontispiece.  –[with]- Signed Warranty Deed  (1902), and a small group of ephemeral items pertaining to Coolidge or to his name.

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18.

DETOUCHE, HENRY.  Les Peches Capitaux.  (Paris, 1900). 4to, stiff pictorial wrappers, moderate wear, folding cloth case (stained).  1 of 175 copies.

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19.

DYER, JANE.  ILLUSTRATOR.  *Cracked Corn and Snow Ice Cream  (1997). *Smith, Here Is My Heart (1999). 4to & smaller, light wear, second with dust jacket, both inscribed by Dyer to Stephen Howes.

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20.

EPHEMERA.  Three items, uncategorized: *five uncut lottery tickets  (19th century);  *Post Coach Way-Bill, Albany NY to Greenfield (1828); Promissary Note of $ 1.50 from Vermont Glass Factory, Salisbury VT.

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21.

EXPOSITIONS.  Small group of booklets, etched views,  post cards, and the like, from the World’s Columbian Exposition (1893), and the Century of Progress  (1933). Small 4to and smaller, moderate wear, mostly sound.

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22.

FROST, ROBERT.  West Running Brook.  (NY, 1928). 8vo, cloth, dj, moderate wear.  Signed “Robert Frost 1929” on front endpaper,

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23.

FROST,ROBERT.  “OUR HOLD ON THE PLANET.”  (Np, Christmas 1940). Oblong 16mo, wrappers, light wear, a group of three copies, one signed by Frost, and two inscribed to recipients. With labelled slipcase.

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24.

FROST, ROBERT.  In, AMERICAN DECADE, 68 POEMS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN AN ANTHOLOGY. (Cummington:  The Cummington Press, [1943]).  8vo, cloth, dj, moderate wear.  Frost contribution, page 44, signed and explicated in ink by Frost. With labelled slipcase.  First Trade Edition.

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25.

FROST, ROBERT.  The same, albeit page 44 is simply inscribed by Frost to Earle Bernheimer and with a brief, marginal note.

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26.

FROST, ROBERT. “The Gold Hesperidee.”  (Courtland NY, [1935]).  12mo, printed tan wrappers, 6 leaves.  FIRST STATE, Binding A, and without the reset line on page 7, this copy evidently one of the few having escaped the publisher’s recall.   –[with]- Another copy, but SECOND STATE, with yellow wrappers, and with “Robert Frost | Allegheny 1938 | For Marilyn Howes” ink inscribed on front endpaper.

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27.

FROST, ROBERT. “A Considerable Speck.”  (Np, [1939]).  Single folio gathering,  bifolium format, with broadside poem on page 3, with “Robert Frost to Martin Howes” inscribed beneath text.  Reputed to be printed in fewer than 100 copies, wrought by Dard Hunter, Jr.

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28.

FROST, ROBERT. In, AMERICAN PORTRAITS.  Pictures by Enit Kaufman. Text by Dorothy Canfield Fisher.  (NY, 1946). Tall 8vo, cloth, dj (rubbed) 318pp.  The front endpaper with presentation inscription from Frost to Earle Bernheimer, describing his first seeing the portrait in the latter’s office in 1947, in Beverly Hills.  Tipped in, at the printed portrait, at p. 124, a glossy photograph of the same, inscribed by Frost on verso in 1941, to Bernheimer. With, loosely inserted, ALS, 2pp., Oct. 10, 1941, from Kathleen Morrison to Bernheimer, entirely concerning this portrait and its artist. In labelled slipcase,

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29.

FROST, ROBERT.  A Witness Tree.  Embossed in One Volume.  (Washington, 1942).  4to, buckram backed , thick plain wrappers  (with applied title label at upper left quadrant), light wear. Printed title page + 32 leaves entirely in Braille. BARRETT COLLECTION A.25.1, Page 70. Loosely inserted, invoices and paperwork generated in conjunction with Howes’s acquisition of this copy.

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30.

FROST, ROBERT. Miscellaneous group pertaining to, including: *LIFE MAGAZINE, March 30,1962; *WISDOM. VOL. 38; *AMHERST COLLEGE LECTURE ROBERT FROST READINGS, Wednesday, November 11, 3 copies, stiff card broadside notice; Album of 78 record discs of Frost’s readings of his poetry, issued by the National Council of Teachers of English.

BID

31.

FROST, ROBERT. A tall stack of interesting books and ephemera relating to Howes’s collection, together with a few books (not inscribed), auction catalog of the Earle J. Bernheimer Collection (1950), some correspondence, etc. etc.  SHOULD  BE SEEN.

BID

32.

GALE, THOMAS  A. The Wonder of the Nineteenth Century. Rock Oil, in Pennsylvania and Elsewhere. (Erie PA, 1860). 12mo, printed wrappers, moderate wear,  80pp. Occasional mild spotting or foxing.

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33.

GERMAN SMALL PRESS.  Group of three title: *ALFRED KUBIN. FUNFZIG ZEICHNUNGEN (1923); *SHAKESPEARE TEN SONNETS, WITH TEN ETCHINGS BY O. COUBINE. Decorations by Rudolf Koch (1924). 1 of 126 copies;  Hans Kayser, CHORUS MYSTICUS (1924). This #67 of 200 copies.  All cloth, 4to & smaller, moderate wear, mostly sound.

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34.

GERSHWIN, GEORGE.  One page TLS, 13 Jan. 1927, to Donald Friede,  of Boni & Liveright, on the latter’s solicitations of reviews and opinlons. –[with]- Photograph of Gershwin, at keyboard, ink inscribed “To Robley Durham Stevens – Sincerely good wishes, George Gershwin.” And several period programs, concerts, etc.

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35.

GOLDEN HIND, THE. A QUARTERLY MAGAZINE  OF ART AND LITERATURE. VOL. I, #1-#4.  (London, 1922-23). 4to, cloth backed boards, moderate wear, wrappers bound in, in place.

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36.

GRABHORN,  EDWIN & ROBERT.  The Voiage and Travaile of Sir John Maundevile. (NY, 1928).  4to, half leather, printed at San Francisco. Hand-illuminated by Valenti Angelo. #113/150 copies.

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37.

GOUDY, BERTHA & FREDERIC. Fine collection in excess of three dozen items, printed by, or pertaining to the printers, to The Village Press, type design, and similar materials. (Vps, chiefly 1930’s). 4to and smaller, cloth and wrappers, light wear. SHOULD BE SEEN.

BID

38.

GREENAWAY, KATE.  Group of  five books, including:  ALMANACK FOR 1925; *BIRTHDAY BOOK FOR CHILDREN; *MOTHER GOOSE; *APPLE PIE.  (Vps, vds). Small 4to and smaller, varyi ng moderate wear, mostly sound.

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39.

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY.  Group of five titles, pertaining to Cummington, Goshen, Northampton, and Worthington, together with several real photographic  post cards, correspondence from Cummington, etc. (Vps, 19th and 20th centuries). 4to and smaller, varying wear, mostly sound.

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40.

HAMMETT. DASHIELL. “The Thin Man,” complete in REDBOOK MAGAZINE,  December, 1933. Original pictorial wrappers, moderate wear along spine, else generally Very Good.

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41.

HEMINGWAY, ERNEST, “A Farewell to Arms,” in SCRIBNER’S MAGAZINE, Vol. LXXXV, 5-6, LXXXVI, 1-4. (NY, 1929). 8vo, original wrappers, moderate wear, the novel serialized, complete in six issues.

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42.

HERFORD, OLIVER.  *An Alphabet of Celebrities (1899). *Excuse it Please.  (1929). 8vo, cloth backed boards, worn dj, the front endpaper ink inscribed to Martha Bishop, in 1932.

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43.

HIGH HOUSE PRESS. Ambrose Philips, The First Three Odes of Anacreon Done into English. (Shaftsbury, 1927). Thin 8vo, boards, moderate wear. #35 of 100 copies.

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44.

HUNT, GAILLARD.  The Seal of the United States.  (Washington: Department of State, 1892). 8vo, printed wrappers, moderate wear, chromolithograph frontispiece, 32pp.  Free front endpaper inscribed by Hunt.  1 of 1000 copies. –[with]- Ten additional pamphlet monographs pertaining to coins, currency, medals, stamps, etc.

BID

45.

JEFFERS, ROBINSON.  Group of five ALS’s, to Donald Friede (1926-34), together with additional, similar autograph correspondence from George Sterling, W. W. Greg, Otto H. Kahn, George Nathan, A. Edward Newton, et al.  SHOULD BE SEEN.

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46.

JUVENILES. Group of twenty assorted books & booklets, including Sidney, FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS AND HOW THEY GREW ([1889]); Potter, MAMIE A LITTLE GIRL OF 1875 (n.d.);  THE JOLLY ADVENTURES OF BILLY VAN AND BETTY CAMP (circa 1932), 8 copies; and others.  Small 4to and smaller, varying wear, mostly sound.

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47.

KENT, ROCKWELL. Collection of five titles with dust jackets designed by, including: *Frank, THE DEATH AND BIRTH OF DAVID MARKLAND; Linklater, THE MEN OF NESS; *Norris, ZEST; Rich, HANS THE ESKIMO; *Vercel, IN SIGHT OF EDEN. (Vps, 1933-34). All 8vo, cloth, dust jackets. Light wear.

BID

48.

KENT, ROCKWELL. Rockwellkentiana. Few Words and Many Pictures.  (NY, 1933). 4to, cloth, dj, light wear.  Half-title inscribed to Martin K. Howes, 1937. First Edition.

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49.

KENT, ROCKWELL. Wilderness.  A Journal of Quiet Adventure in Alaska.  (NY, 1920). 4to, cloth, crudely repaired dj, moderate wear. Dedication  page inscribed to Martin K. Howes, 1937. First Edition.

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50.

KENT, ROCKWELL. Another copy, dedication page inscribed “To Henry S. Churchill | with appreciation of his | substantial friendship | Rockwell Kent  April 29, 1920.” First Issue.

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51.

KENT, ROCKWELL.  Candide.  Illustrated by Rockwell Kent.  (NY: Random House, 1928).  Small 4to, leather backed pictorial cloth, matching cloth slipcase. Light wear. #26 of 95 copies, colored in the artist’s studio, and signed  (from a run of 1470 numbered, on all rag French paper). Blank front endpaper inscribed “for Martin K. Howes | by Rockwell Kent 1937.” THE FIRST BOOK TO CARRY THE RANDOM HOUSE IMPRINT.

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52.

KENT, ROCKWELL. Salamina. Illustrated by the Author.  (NY, 1935). 8vo, cloth, dust jacket. Light wear. Half-title inscribed  “This, my best book, | is inscribed for | Martin K. Howes | by | Rockwell Kent | 1937.” First Edition.

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53.

KENT, ROCKWELL. A Birthday Book.  (NY, 1931). Small 4to, pictorial cloth, light wear, upper hinge tender. 1 of 1850 copies, signed by Kent.

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54.

KENT, ROCKWELL. Unser Kent. By W. P. With A Portrait of the Author by Rockwell Kent.  (Privately Printed, 1930). 4to, boards, moderate wear, original Prospectus loosely inserted. The free front endpaper inscribed to Martin K. Howes, 1937. 1 of 85 copies, printed at Courtlandt NY.

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55.

KENT ROCKWELL.  Voyaging. Southward from the Strait of Magellan.  (NY & London, 1924). 4to, pictorial cloth, crisp dust jacket, publisher’s box (broken).  Dedication leaf inscribed to Martin Howes, 1937. First Edition. A Fine copy.

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56.

KENT, ROCKWELL. Leaves of Grass. By Walt Whitman.  (NY: The Heritage Press,  nd). 8vo, green morocco, covers stained, slipcase. Prospectus loosely inserted. The free front endpaper inscribed to Martin K. Howes, 1937.  1 of 1000 copies signed by Kent.

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57.

KENT, ROCKWELL.  Architectonics. The Tales of Tom Thumtack. Volume  One.  (NY, 1914). Small 8vo, pictorial cloth, original glassine dust jacket, light wear.  Free front endpaper  inscribed for Martin K. Howes, 1937. First Edition.

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58.

KENT, ROCKWELL.  One page A.L.S. to Martin K. Howes, 1937, on Ausable Forks stationery, concerning an impending visit to Meadville PA, with original mailing envelope.

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59.

KENT, ROCKWELL. Single Christmas post card, designed by Kent, circa 1912, and addressed in his hand to John Cournos Esq.,  Philadelphia Sunday Record.

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60.

KENT, ROCKWELL. Voltaire.  Candide.  Illustrated by Rockwell Kent.  (NY,  1929). Tall 8vo, cloth, dust jacket. Light wear.  The free front endpaper inscribed for Martin K. Howes, 1937. The First Random House Reprint.

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61.

KENT, ROCKWELL.  The Complete Works of William Shakespeare.  In Two Volumes.  (Garden City, 1936).  4to, cloth, moderate wear,  slipcase,  some mustiness. #212 of 750, signed by Kent.

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62.

KENT, ROCKWELL. Small collection of ephemeral items designed by, or pertaining to, including Prospectuses, Correspondence, a Christmas card, etc.  (Vps, chiefly 1930’s). 4to and smaller, all wrappers or flyers or the like. SHOULD BE SEEN.

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63.

(KENT, ROCKWELL). *George S. Chappell. ROLLO IN SOCIETY.  (NY, 1922). 12mo, cloth, applied publisher’s pictorial labels, light wear. Later (?) glassine jacket; * Edward E. Paramore, Jr. THE BALLAD OF YUKON JACK.  (NY, 1928). 12mo, pictorial boards, dust jacket, light wear. Half-title inscribed for Martin Howes, 1937. First Edition.

BID

64.

KENT, ROCKWELL.  Elmer Adler. A Sketch Written and Illustrated by Rockwell Kent.  (NY, 1929). 12mo, boards, light wear.  The free front endpaper signed by twelve attendees, including Kent. “Twenty-five copies of this book have been printed at the Harbor Press as a souvenir of the dinner tendered to Elmer Adler.. by his friends.” SIGNED BY KENT ON THE COLOPHON.

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65.

KENT, ROCKWELL. Gathering of nineteen books, booklets, magazines, and the like, designed by Kent.  (Vps, 1920’s & 1930’s). Small 4to and smaller, cloth and wrappers, varying wear but mostly Very Good or better. SHOULD BE SEEN.

BID

66.

(KENT, ROCKWELL).  “The Modern  School. A Monthly Magazine Devoted to Libertarian Ideas in Education.”  (Stelton NJ, 1917-1922). 12mo, printed wrappers, moderat wear.  A broken run of sixteen issues, some containing work designed by Kent.

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67.

LANKES, J. J.  Single A.L.S., Oct. 2, 1933, from Wells College, Aurora  NY, to Martin K. Howes, at Allegheny  College, concerning the latter’s wish to purchase prints made by Lankes. –[together with] – a small quantity  of Lankes-llustrated printed illustrated materials (none pertaining to Robert Frost), mostly greeting cards.

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68.

LARSEN, ELLOUISE  BAKER. American Historical Views on Staffordshire China.  (NY, 1929). Small 4to, cloth, light wear.  Slipcase.  First Edition.

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69.

LIMITED EDITIONS CLUB.  A small group of announcements, promotions, prospectuses and the like.   (Vps, chiefly 1930’s & 1940’s). 4to and smaller, cloth and wrappers, moderate wear, mostly sound.  Approximately fifteen pieces, with a few items of correspondence.

BID

70.

LITERATURE IN DUST JACKETS .  Collection of fifteen items, including: *Sherwood, ABE LINCOLN IN ILLINOIS  (1939), with contemporary sales invoice from Howard S. Mott Jr., loosely inserted;  *Bryan, EDISON. THE MAN AND HIS WORK (1926); *Goldberg, GEORGE GERSHWIN. A STUDY IN AMERICAN MUSIC (1931); *Carmer, THE HURRICANE’S CHILDREN (1937); *Giddens, THE BIRTH OF THE OIL INDUSTRY  (1938), signed by Giddens and Ida Tarbell; EDITH BARBER’S COOKBOOK (1940); Morley and others, BORN IN A BEER GARDEN (1930);  Etc.  All 8vo, a few in boards. SHOULD BE SEEN.

BID

71.

MAGAZINES.  *Harper’s. Three issues, 1938-39. *Letters. Oct. 26, 1936. *Scribner’s. Two issues , 1934. *Time.  Eight issues,  1934-38. *Yankee. Two issues,  1936. All, generally  Very  Good copies.

BID

72.

MARCHBANKS PRESS.  The Story of the Birth of Jesus Christ According to the Gospels of Saint Matthew and Saint Luke.   (NY, 1929). Small 4to, gilt stamped boards, moderate wear.  1 of 1000 copies.

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73.

MISCELLANEOUS.  *Buss, SLAVES OF THE GODSMITH (1913); DAILY RECORD (1928); *Rowson, CHARLOTTE TEMPLE  (ca. 1865); [Salesman’s Sample]:  THE COTTAGE PHYSICIAN (1893). Cloth and wrappers, moderate wear.

BID

74.

MOSHER PRESS. Edward Calvert. THE SPIRITUAL DESIGNS ENLARGED FROM PROOFS OF THE ORIGINALS ON COPPER, WOOD AND STONE, 1827-1831. (Portland, 1913). 4to, boards, moderate wear, plain dust jacket, broken slipcase. 1 of 400, on Van Gelder paper.

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75.

NEW ENGLAND & NEW YORK LOCAL HISTORY. Group of twelve items pertaining to, including local histories and view books on Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantasket, Whately, and  Ashfield MA;  Bennington VT;  etc.  (Vp, vds). 4to and smaller, cloth and wrappers, moderate wear.

BID

76.

NONESUCH PRESS.  John Milton & Henry Lawes. THE MASK OF COMUS.  (Bloomsbury, 1937).  Tall 4to, plain boards, light wear. Slipcase.  1 of 950, on Pannekeok hand-made paper,

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77.

PM.  AN INTIMATE JOURNAL FOR ART DIRECTORS AND PRODUCTION MANAGERS. (NY, 1930’s & 1940’s). 12mo, wrappers, moderate wear.  An uncollated gathering of twenty-eight issues.

BID

78.

POCKET MAP. Solomon Schoyer. MAP OF THE UNITED STATES DRAWN FROM THE MOST APPROVED SURVEYS.  (NY, 1826). Folding map, colored in outline, a few small stains, foxing, small breaks at folds, etc. Inserted in contemporary board folder, stamped “U.STATES.”

BID

79.

PEAR TREE PRESS. James Guthrie, editor.  ROOT AND BRANCH. A SEASONALOF THE ARTS.  (Sussex, no date). 8vo, linen backed boards, moderate wear. Greeting card loosely inserted.  #2 of 11 copies, apparently signed by Guthrie with brief manuscript colophon.

BID

80.

POSTERS. Office of War Information.  OFFICIAL WAR POSTERS.  (Washington DC, 1943-44). Collection of fifteen folio sheets, various artists, removed from original mailing envelopes, with fold creases, but otherwise entirely unused, unhandled.  SHOULD BE SEEN.

BID

81.

PRESS BOOKS.  Miscellaneous accumulation of approximately two dozen examples, mostly private press issues.  (Vps, earlier 20th century). 8vo and smaller, cloth and boards and wrappers, varying light wear.  Includes items derived from Rosenbach, Galsworthy, John Lane, Peter Pauper Press, Cornhill Press, The Coalbin Press, Emile van Vliet, Tarbu Press, Bruce Rogers, and others.

BID

82.

PRINTING. An extensive, large volume of booklets, ephemera, small press promotional material, serials and periodicals, and the like. (Vps, vds).  4to and smaller, cloth and wrappers, varying light wear. MUST BE SEEN.

BID

83.

ROBINSON, EDWARD ARLINGTON.  *The Town by the River.  A Book of Poems.  (NY, 1910). *Gathering of A.L.S. correspondence from Robinson to James Raye Wells, 1920’s and 1930’s, formerly on consignment with Seven Gables Bookshop, but returned to Howes, unsold.

BID

84.

ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN DELANO. Group of three TLS’s, as Governor, to Samuel Silbiger, of Brooklyn, relating to the cost of milk distribution.  (Albany NY, 1931-32). Small 4to sheets, on letterhead, with some related copy correspondence.

BID

85.

SATURDAY EVENING POST.  Massive collection of approximately 150 issues, covers intact, varying moderate wear.  (Philadelphia, 1919 through 1930’s). 4to, pictorial wrappers, featuring Norman Rockwell,  Clarence Underwood, and many others.  SHOULD BE SEEN.

BID

86.
SIGNATURE. A QUADRIMESTRIAL OF TYPOGRAPHY AND GRAPHIC ARTS. (London, various dates). 8vo, printed wrappers, light wear. Some in original mailers.

BID

87.

SOCIAL REFORM MAGAZINES.  Group includes: *DECISION, 2 issues (1941); *LIBERATION (1932);  *The NEW LIBERATOR WEEKLY (1931); *NATIONAL  SPOTLIGHT  (1932); *THE COMPASS  (1945), and another.

BID

88.

STAGE.  THE MAGAZINE OF AFTER-DARK ENTERTAINMENT.  (NY, 1932-1938). 4to, color pictorial wrappers, varying light wear. A broken run of nineteen issues.

BID

89.

THEATRE. Massive accumulation of programs, periodicals, and general ephemera, collected largely from Broadway, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.  (Vps, chiefly 1920’s to 1940’s). 4to and smaller, varying wear.  SHOULD BE SEEN.

BID

90.

THEATRE MAGAZINE.  (New York,  1927-1931). A broken run of thirty issues, varying wear, covers intact, mostly sound copies.

BID

91.

TRADE LITERATURE.  A diverse sampling of brochures, catalogs, ephemera, publisher’s promotionals, sample books, stock certificates, and the like, amounting to a few dozen items.  (Vps, 20th century). 4to and smaller, moderate wear.

BID

92.

UNTERMEYER, LOUIS.  Group of four titles: *BURNING BUSH  (1928);  *HEAVENS  (1922); *INCLUDING HORACE  (1919);  *THESE TIMES  (1917).  All small 8vo, cloth, dust jackets or glassine wrappers, varying light wear.  ALL SIGNED OR INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR.

BID

93.

WALL, BERNHARDT. Greenwich Village. Types, Tenements and Temples.  (Np, nd). 4to, boards, moderate wear.  The free front endpaper inscribed in pencil by Wall in 1921. Title page also inscribed by Wall as “copy no. 3, third state.”

BID

94.

WOBURN BOOKS,THE. Group of four titles:  *Armstrong, PORTRAIT OF THE MISSES HARLOWE  (1928); Benson, THE MALE IMPERSONATOR  (1929);  *Blackwood, FULLCIRCLE  (1929); *Leslie,  A GHOST IN THE ISLE OF WIGHT  (1929). All slim 8vo, boards, dust jackets, moderate wear.  Each,  a signed and limited edition.

BID

95.

WRIGHT,  WILLIAM.  The Oil Regions of Pennsylvania.  (NY, 1865). Small 8vo, cloth, moderate wear. First Edition.  –[together with] – Small group of approximately two dozen real photographic post cards of various Western oil refineries and nearby towns.

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96.

YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER.  Eight Poems.  (London,  1916). 4to, wrappers, moderate wear. 1 of 200 copies.

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97.

YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER.  The Green Helmet and Other Poems.  (The Cuala Press,  1910). 8vo, boards, moderate wear.  1 of 400 copies.

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98.

YEATS,WILLIAM BUTLER.  Responsibilities: Poems and a Play.  (The Cuala Press, 1914). 8vo, boards, moderate wear.  1 of 400 copies.

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99.

YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER.  Stories of Red Hanrahan.  (Dublin: Dun Emer Press,  1914). 8vo, boards, moderate wear.  1 of 500copies.

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100.

YEATS, WILLIAM BUTLER.  Seven Poems and a Fragment.  (Cuala Press, 1922).  8vo, boards, moderate wear. 1 of 500 copies.

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